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  • 1. Soteriology
    Session One: The Doctrine of Salvation
    What happened when I got saved?
  • 2. Textbooks
    REQUIRED
    Recommended
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  • 3. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 1. Collect all the Necessary Material
    Use aconcordance to collect all the scripture on each subject.
    Don’t try forharmony so much asconsistency.
    Remember, this is not aresearch paper on what the Bible says, but aposition paper on what you personally believe.
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  • 4. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 2. Trace the progress of doctrine
    Truth has to be rightlydivided.
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  • 5. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 3. Balance One Doctrine By Another
    Doctrines should be heldconsistently with each other.
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    Step 4. State Bible Doctrine in Scriptural language
    • Avoid scholarly-sounding phrases.
  • How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 5. Combine Doctrine with Practice
    You do notbelieve anything you do notlive for.
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  • 6. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 6. Observe These General Rules While Writing:
    Don’t make something a matter of faith if not a matter of revelation
    Put in this statement the things necessary forfellowship with other believers.
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  • 7. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 6. Observe These General Rules While Writing:
    Explain all hard doctrines in the light of clear ones, not vice-versa
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  • 8. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 6. Observe These General Rules While Writing:
    Explain all hard doctrines in the light of clear ones, not vice-versa
    If the Bible is ambiguous it is for a reason
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  • 9. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 6. Observe These General Rules While Writing:
    Accept the Bible’s Definition of Balance
    Give the samerelative prominence to a doctrine the Bible gives it.
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  • 10. How to Make Your Own Personal Doctrinal Statement
    Step 6. Observe These General Rules While Writing:
    Leave no loose ends
    If there is something you don’t understand don’tinclude it.
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  • 13. Weaknesses in “Systematic Theology”
    1) Systematic theology puts Bible doctrine into a non-Biblical structure
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  • 14. Weaknesses in “Systematic Theology”
    1) Systematic theology puts Bible doctrine into a non-Biblical structure
    2) Systematic theology seeks to unify things God intended to keep separate
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  • 15. Definition:
    A “primary passage” is a location in the Bible that summarizes the complete revelation of God on that subject.
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  • 18. Two conditions constitute salvation
    1. You must be called by God to fulfill his purpose, Eph 1:11-12; Jude 1
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  • 19. Definition:
    Calling is that work whereby God invites all people to Christ and actually brings some to salvation.
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  • 20. Two conditions constitute salvation
    1. You must be called by God to fulfill his purpose, Eph 1:11-12; Jude 1
    2. You must love God,Exo20:6; Psa 69:36; 1 Cor 2:9; Jam 2:5
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  • 21. Definition:
    Foreknowledge means the knowledge of a thing beforehand.
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  • 22. Definition:
    Election means to be chosen by God from among humankind for himself, either corporately (Israel, the Church) or individually (John 14:19).
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  • 23. Definition:
    Predestination means to determine beforehand by an unchanging purpose, and is that exercise of the will of God whereby he actually brings to pass things he has determined before.
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  • 24. Three things predestined for God’s people
    1. To be conformed to the image of Christ (Rom 8:29-30)
    2. To be adopted into the family of Christ (Eph 1:5)
    3. To take part of the reward of Christ (Eph 1:11)
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  • 25. The Order of Salvation
    1. God's foreknowledge & election, 2 Tim 2:19
    2. Predestination, Phil 3:21; 1 Cor 15:49; 2 Cor 3:18
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  • 26. The Order of Salvation
    1. God's foreknowledge & election, 2 Tim 2:19
    2. Predestination, Phil 3:21; 1 Cor 15:49; 2 Cor 3:18
    3. Calling, Rom 8:30; 1 Cor 1:9
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  • 27. The Order of Salvation
    1. God's foreknowledge & election, 2 Tim 2:19
    2. Predestination, Phil 3:21; 1 Cor 15:49; 2 Cor 3:18
    3. Calling, Rom 8:30; 1 Cor 1:9
    4. Justification, Rom 8:30
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  • 28. Definition:
    Justification is the act of God in which he thinks of our sins as forgiven and Christ’s righteousness as belonging to us, and therefore gives legaldeclarationof our righteousness in his sight.
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  • 29. The Order of Salvation
    1. God's foreknowledge & election, 2 Tim 2:19
    2. Predestination, Phil 3:21; 1 Cor 15:49; 2 Cor 3:18
    3. Calling, Rom 8:30; 1 Cor 1:9
    4. Justification, Rom 8:30
    5. Glorification, Rom 8:30
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  • 30. Definition:
    Glorification is the final step in application of our redemption, when Christ returns and gives all believers a resurrection body like his.
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  • 33. DEFINITION:
    Grace is God favoring you without reference to your merit.
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  • 34. Point 1.
    The only proper response to grace is repentance.
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  • 35. Definition:
    Repentance is a change of mind that brings about a heart sorrow for and renunciation of sin, and leads to a consequent change of life and action.
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  • 36. What repentance is not
    Repentance is not just a change of opinion
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  • 37. What repentance is not
    Repentance is not just a change of opinion
    Repentance is not just sorrow that you got caught
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  • 38. What repentance is not
    Repentance is not just a change of opinion
    Repentance is not just sorrow that you got caught
    Repentance is not performing penance
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  • 39. What repentance is
    Brings all people to salvation, and that is the burden of God’s heart, 2 Pet 3:9
    Means you changed your mind, Mat 21:29
    Means you sorrow to salvation, Psa 38:18
    Is a gift God grants because it is produced by the conviction of the Holy Spirit, 2 Tim 2:25
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    • Commanded by God, Acts 17:30
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  • 41. Three Definitions of Faith
    1. Faith is a quality of steadfastness—which makes one worthy to be trusted, Rom 3:3; Gal 3:9
    2. Faith is an object in which one places his trust—which is believed, Jude 3; Gal 1:23
    3. Faith is the act or state of believing—act of the will which trusts, Acts 16:31; Rom 5:1
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  • 42. Three Types of “Faith”
    Intellectual assent, John 2:23-24
    One of the gifts of the Spirit, 1 Cor 12:9
    Saving faith, Acts 16:31
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  • 43. What faith is not
    Faith is not rationalism
    Faith is not a meritorious work
    Faith is not mystical grace imparted to a passive soul
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  • 44. DEFINITION:
    Faith means to be persuaded about God’s promise to the extent that it enables God’s performance.
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  • 45. ABC’s of what faith is
    Accept
    Believe,1 Cor 15:1-3
    Confess, Rom 10:9-10,13
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  • 47. Union with Christ
    1) Secures our complete identification with Christ on the cross, Gal 2:20; Col 2:20; Rom 6:4
    2) Secures our participation in all the spiritual blessings in Christ and all resources in heaven, Eph 1:3; 2:5-6
    3) Secures our relationship to every other believer, Gal 3:28
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  • 48. Point 2.
    Union with Christ in his death is the antidote to legalism; union with Christ in his resurrection is the antidote for worldliness.
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  • 49. Definition:
    Redemption means the ransom paid to buy back lost human property from bondage or captivity (Mark 10:45).
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  • 50. Definition:
    Reconciliation means to overcome our separation and bring the sinner back into union and fellowship with God.
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  • 51. Definition:
    Propitiation means a payment which makes God pity us because it satisfies his offended justice.
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  • 52. The scepter of righteousness
    1) Salvation: deliverance to get God's health
    2) Redemption: purchasing to get God's freedom
    3) Reconciliation: uniting to get God's fellowship
    4) Propitiation: satisfying to get God's mercy
    5) Expiation: purging to get God's cleansing
    6) Sanctification: setting apart to get God's holiness
    7) Imputation: accounting or reckoning to get God's merit
    8) Justification: declaring righteous to get God's life.
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  • 53. The person is regenerated by the new birth
    The planet is regeneratedby removal of the curse during the Millennium
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    Regeneration
  • 54. Why be bornagain?
    1) You are spiritually dead
    2) You are a child in the wrong family
    3) You are spiritually blind
    4) You are unable to change your spiritual condition or reclaim your lost estate
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  • 55. Definition:
    Regeneration is the act of God in imparting the life of God to the one who has believed in the Son of God.
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  • 56. The divine purposein regeneration
    A) To be the firstfruits of God’s creation, Jas 1:18
    B) To bring us into an inheritance in glory, 1 Pet 1:3-4
    C) To produce good works right now, Eph 2:10
    D) To give us a foretaste of glory divine and a down payment on what we will be, 1 John 3:2
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  • 58. Point 3.
    God never adopts anyone else’s children but his own.
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  • 59. What belongs to sons of God?
    1) I get set free from the bondage of fear, Rom 8:15
    2) I am given the Spirit of God’s Son, Gal 4:6
    3) I am given the family name, Rev 3:12
    4) I am made heir of God and joint-heir with Christ, Gal 4:7
    5) I am given great assurance and boldness, Rom 8:15 cf. Mark 14:36
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  • 60. What adoption means to me
    The greatness of the coming glory motivates me to triumph in present suffering, Rom 8:18
    The great day to which I belong keeps me soberly watching for its dawning, 1 Thes 5:1-8
    It keeps me from forsaking God and returning to the elements of the world, Gal 4:7-11
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    Point 4.
    Holiness does not mean sinlessness; holiness means to be setapartfor the mission.
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  • 63. Definition:
    Eternal security is our perseverance as a result of God’s preservation.
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  • 64. Next Class
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